IAG Plc another of THE STOP HUNTER’s favourites, and a stock that always somehow gets on the weekly Traders Club trade ideas report list. It’s a great fundamental stock :- An adventurous, super stock, with a 97 Stockopedia StockRank, trading in a currently strong sector: [Read more…]
In Part 9, we dug into the world of price patterns. This week, in Part 10 of our blog series, we explore a common method used in the world of maths and finance to find trends in data; that of moving averages. The moving average is a highly effective, multi-purpose tool that can enhance your technical analytical abilities.
Last week in Part 8, we looked at Trends, Support & Resistance. We take those ideas one step on this week, into the concept of patterns on price. Many think pattern analysis is created from a mystical land and disregard it without a second look! There can be strange names associated to the various patterns and this probably doesn’t help their legitimacy, but if you stop and think what the price is doing within these patterns, you can see the economics of supply and demand at work and this is why these patterns make sense and can be so effective. [Read more…]
Last week in Part 7, we looked at Market Breadth. We now start a chain of eight articles covering technical analysis directly carried out on price. We will be looking at patterns, support & resistance, trends, Fibonacci, pivots, moving averages, bands, indicators and Ichimoku. The first of the eight, looks at Trends, Support & Resistance. Understanding these principles will give you the necessary building blocks to understand price action and analysis and evolve your technical analysis learning. [Read more…]
Last week in Part 6, we looked at Equivolume. This week, we look at one of the more established and quite straight forward technical analytical approaches to gauging the sentiment of any given stock market: Market Breadth.
What is market breadth?
Market breadth is all about upward, downward and sideways movement and range, principally applied to stocks and their stock markets, to gain an understanding of whether the overall market is bullish, bearish or flat. The concept of market breadth is used to measure the ‘health’ of any given stock market. [Read more…]